The best gaming pc

Processor:Intel Core I7 2600K 3.4 GHZ
Case:Cooler Master HAFX 942 Full Tower ATX
VGA:Sapphire 6990 HD with O.C
Motherboard:ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z Intel Z68 1155 DDR3 2200MHz (O.C.)
RAM:Corsair Vengance 16GB 1600 mhz
HDD:WD Caviar 1 TB 7200 RPM
SSD:INTEL 120 GB SATA 3
Keyboard: LOGİTECH G19
Mouse:LOGİTECH G700 WIRELESS MOUSE
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  1. False.

    MB - Nice and all, but waaaaaay overkill with a single GPU. You would be paying a premium for four high speed PCIe slots and then only use one of them...

    MEM - 16GB is overkill for most all applications, but whatever you go with (8GB or 16gb) just be sure then are 1.5v modules.

    GPU - A pair of HD 6970 GPUs in crossfire will outperform the HD 6990 at a lower cost.

    SSD - The second generation SandForce controller (SF-2281) will outperform the Marvel in the Intel 510 series SSDs. For example... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820227706&cm_re=vertex_3-_-20-227-706-_-Product

    CPU Cooler - If you plan to overclock pick up a CPU cooler. The Hyper 212+ at Amazon is the best deal at the moment.
  2. No, you could do better.
    1-2500K. It performs the same as the 2600K in games, and I'm assuming you don't want to just burn your money.
    2-2x6970 in crossfire is better AND cheaper than a 6990. Also, the 6990 is LOUD.
    Otherwise, you're good.
    GJ on the slightly quicker response, sadams :P
  3. for teh "best" get xeon processor with sli 580 or xfire 6990

    i5 2500k is same as 2600k for gaming
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